It's amazing how much a little egg, chili paste, and Kewpie can elevate a humble cup of instant ramen.
I'm planning to cook for the week so I went out and bought some sweet potato, carrots, brown rice, 3 chicken thighs, chicken stock, some fetta cheese, turkey mince, and a green capsicum. What say you, /ck/? I was thinking of making a mince and vege thing, I really just bought the carrots to practice my knife chopping skills.
I'm gaining weight and finding that most of the meals I cook are pretty low in calories. I've been supplementing those low calorie meals with eating a bunch of dry fruit and nuts for the calories. It is not a very exciting diet and I'm getting sick of eating so many peanuts, rasins, etc.
I'm looking for some good recipes for meals that are nutritionally balanced and calories dense so that I don't have to snack so much. I know I could just add a bunch of olive oil to recipes, or chug a gallon of milk for calories, but I'd rather not. Please...
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add peanut butter and coconut cream to curries.
make pork crackling, more loaded with fat than chocolate, and delicious.
eat ribeye steak, brown and eat the fat.
cook chicken with skin on, cook 'til crispy and eat.
ask fishmonger for salmon fat, or take offcuts for free and cook to remove fat.
cook eggs in goose fat instead of oil.
can't think what else. personally i chug a little olive oil once a day, and eat a serving spoon of peanut butter with raisins and honey. delicious as fuck, requires no prep, takes 10 seconds and is loaded with calories.
>Dry fruit and nuts are fucking full of calories
I didn't switch anything out, I eat them as snacks to get more calories as my main meals are not calories dense enough and I fill up on too few calories.
I want to make some paella this weekend, /ck/. I found this recipe, is it good enough to impress?
That's a bastardized version of a paella but well. It'll do.
Little tip: never stir. That's stupid. The rice will expel the startch and make it creamy but that's not a paella. The rice of a paella has to be is loose.
fight me and my!
pro tip: you cant!
The only good thing the Ottoman Empire ever contributed.
so i have to make a stroganoff tomorrow for dinner and i need a good recipe because i dont wanna be plebtier and use a store bought base
would you eat cheese from the breast milk of a human female?
If not, why not? you are aware that eating cheese from milk that comes from a cow is equally as disgusting if not more so.
Sure, why not? I've heard that some crazy scientists are trying to get cows to produce human milk for market. It would be used for babies whose mothers dry up. I would try human cheese.
I have never had a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Today I will construct one. Any tips on making it perfect?
Why is the Pommdöner the best Döner?
>burger has a fried egg on it
Jesus Christ I can just imagine the sort of craft beer swilling, contemporary conformist, mod, urban, hip dude who would get this while loudly proclaiming that "everything is better with bacon" while waxing his ironic moustache. I seriously hope everyone who has ever ordered a burger with a fried egg on it just fucking dies.
I just hate this fucking 'faux gourmet' culture where people cream themselves over 'duckfat fries' and 'truffle oil popcorn' from modestly upscale joints with their finger on the pulse of contemporary conformity culture (exposed brick, lots of wood, metal, industrial urban feels) and serve shit food to 'hip' cunts. Craft beer really pisses me off.
I want to puke.
here's korean kfc burger baka desu senpai
>make lentil dish with spinach and bay leaf
>can't find the bay leaf
>Shaking up chicken in a bag with marinade
>Accidentally crumble the bay leaves into tiny pieces
What does /ck/ think of Chef Devaux?
One of my least favorite things is rich assholes who think they can cook and start their own youtube "cooking shows" (no point in mentioning names).
At first I thought that was what this was, but it turned out to be a pretty solid video.
It was more like an autistic yuropoor with a very specific hobby rather than a cooking video, but whatever. Most of the techniques were demonstrated and explained perfectly, and made to look easy.
Help me /ck/. We've having a Mexican potluck at work tomorrow I don't know what to bring. Easy things like chips and salsa have already been claimed. What do I do?
Put out a big bowl of jelly beans and every time someone takes some scare the shit of them. When they jump you can tell they're eating Mexican jumping beans.
Don't forget to park your car on the lawn.
Chili has beans and no beans all at the same time.